Hi This is an off topic answer!
Am Montag, 12. April 2010 schrieb Simon Baxter: > > Should be fine - is it still failing? > > yes, the streamdev compile now fails with with: > > server/recplayer.c: In constructor âcRecPlayer::cRecPlayer(const > cRecording*)â: > server/recplayer.c:38: error: âconst class cRecordingâ has no member named > âIsPesRecordingâ > server/recplayer.c: In member function âuint64_t > cRecPlayer::positionFromFrameNumber(uint32_t)â: > server/recplayer.c:253: error: no matching function for call to > âcIndexFile::Get(int, uint16_t*, off_t*)â > ../../../include/vdr/recording.h:215: note: candidates are: bool > cIndexFile::Get(int, uchar*, int*, uchar*, int*) > ../../../include/vdr/recording.h:217: note: int > cIndexFile::Get(uchar, int) > make: *** [server/recplayer.o] Error 1 > make: Leaving directory `/root/vdr-1.6.0/PLUGINS/src/streamdev' > > > (on an off topic, I've never worked out why gcc puts â instead of ' - gcc > seems to be the only thing that does it!) I don't know why, but it seems GCC tries to localize the error messages. I noticed that using: shell prompt$ LANG=C make <whatever> gives error messages that are plain ASCII and readable :) Regards Dieter -- Dieter Hametner dh (plus) vdr (at) gekrumbel (dot) de live plugin developer http://live.vdr-developer.org
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